At The End Of The Day, God Will Always Be The Source Of Your Strength.

At the end of the day, God will always be the source of your strength. He will always be the source of hope that gets you through the toughest times, the source of courage that makes you want to get up in the morning and try again or try harder, the source of light when the road is dark and unclear.

At the end of the day, God will always be the source of your optimism because you have faith in him. You have faith in his plans and his justice. You have faith in his lessons and his timing. Faith in his losses and His blessings. Faith in his guidance and in the path he chose for you. He will be your source of optimism, because you have faith in His mercy and in His miracles. Faith, because every time you lost hope He blessed you with something to be grateful for and every time you thought He was punishing you, he was actually releasing you from a poisonous cycle. And every time you felt dead inside, He brought you back to life.

At the end of the day, God will always be the source of your happiness, when He listens to your prayers and answers them, when He redirects you to an even better destination than the one you had in mind. Your source of happiness, when He pushes you to bring out your talent or strength or resilience every time you’re close to giving up. Your source of happiness when He nudges you to wake up and walk away from toxic people, when He helps you detach from the things that are not meant for you.

At the end of the day, God will always be the source of your strength because he’s the only one who hears your most terrifying thoughts and calms you down. He is the only one who reads your mind and knows what’s in your heart and somehow eases them.

At the end of the day, God is always with you through the darkest and most painful times. I know He will not abandon you. I hope this gives you all the strength you need to power through and make you unafraid of falling down, because He will always be right there to pick you up.

Don’t be stranded in your thoughts and situation. Keep believing and know God is your strength.

Read more: Ephesians 6:10-11, Romans 8

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